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Erik Visits an American Grave, Part 1,127/Dead Horses in American History, Part 20

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This is the grave of Mollie, Maud, and Maggie, all horses.

The only way to explain this is through the marker at the site.

I had no idea this existed. But I was driving in New Hampshire last year and I saw a road marker saying “Littleton Horse Cemetery” and obviously I changed my plans and turned down that road. In fact, if you ever want to develop an elaborate plan to ambush and kill me in some isolated area, you could definitely accomplish that by placing a road sign for a horse cemetery on the side of a road.

Maggie, Maud, and Mollie are buried in the Eli Wallace Horse Cemetery, Littleton, New Hampshire.

If you would like this series to visit other dead horses in American history, you can donate to cover the required expenses here. Secretariat is in Lexington, Kentucky and Mister Ed is in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Previous posts in this series are archived here.

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